Moths 2024: first names

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Discover the first artists present at the next edition of the Papillons de nuit festival, which will be held in May in Normandy.

On May 17, 18 and 19, the 22nd edition of the festival will take place Night butterflies, in Saint-Laurent-de-Cuves, in Normandy. Organizers recently revealed the first 15 bands and artists on the bill. The ticket office opens on November 29 at 12 p.m.

Find there in particular the tireless power duo from Nantes KO KO MO. Multiplying concerts across France, Warren and K20 continue to present Need Some Mo’, their latest album, a jewel of efficiency and immediacy. Together, they increase the energy of their songs on stage, thanks to high-energy performances and an obvious proximity to the audience. Rapper Eddy de Pretto will also be present to present his sensitive lyrics.

Here is the breakdown by day of already confirmed artists:

  • Friday May 17 : Lost Frequencies – KO KO MO – Dub Inc – Hoshi – SCH
  • Saturday May 18 : Trinix – Eddy de Pretto – Pierre de Maere – Ninho
  • Sunday May 19 : SDM – Zaho de Sagazan – La Yegros – Grand Corps Malade – Matt Pokora – Christophe Maé

While waiting for the next programming announcements, relive the 21st edition of the event with the editorial team’s live report.


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